byMrs. (Mary) Henry Keary; James Ayton Symington (Illustrator)
Bab and Her Winkles or The Eve of To-morrow by Mrs. (Mary) Henry Keary Author of "Deb," "Tinker Dick," "Hapless Harry," etc. illustrator James Ayton Symington (1859-1939) 1895 Topics: bab, winkles, mary keary, mrs. henry keary
Andrew explores Winkles as edible coastal food. They appear in prehistoric shellfish middens throughout Europe , and is therefore known to have been an important source of food since at least 7500 BC in Scotland . They are usually picked off the rocks by hand or caught in a drag from a boat. They are eaten in Great Britain and Ireland where they are commonly referred to as winkles or in some areas willicks or wilks , and in Belgium where they are called crickles .Periwinkles are considered a... Topics: news&information, bushcraft, undercurrents, winkles, fish, beach, cooking, outdoors, limpet
Come join us on our dedicated website for all the A-Z of Bushcraft & Survival videos. This video gives you a taster of all the skills Andrew Price offers to share with you. http://www.azbushcraft.com Topics: news&information, bushcraft, undercurrents, winkles, fish, beach, cooking, outdoors, survival,...
LibriVox recording of Kitty Alone by Sabine Baring-Gould. Read in English by MaryAnn Spiegel. Kate Quarm is a bright and sensitive girl. She lives with her aunt and uncle at Coombe Cellers, a farmhouse, eating house and store occupying a promontory in the estuary of the Teign, in the south of Devon. Kate's father is a dreamer, always off on the next get-rich-quick scheme, wandering across the countryside with his donkey cart. It seems that no one has the time or the inclination to try to... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews ) Topics: librivox, audiobooks, romance, Schoolmaster, daffodils, fire, atmospheric railway, arson, cockles,...